Well I finally took two days and shot these heads for awhile. I was VERY skeptical about these heads thinking they would clog up and not penetrate worth a pile of beans.
Out of the package:
I took them out of the package and was very disappointed with the blades and how sharp they were at first. After messing with them (and a few cuts later) I realized they were infact very sharp. I would put them in the same class as the exodus I have been shooting. Heads all measured in at exactly 100 grains.
On the Arrow:
Spinning them on the arrow was just like any other broadhead, until you had to tighten them on the shaft... now what? it is very hard to get the heads tight on the shaft because there is no way to grab the things to get them in your had without cutting your fingers. Obviously a standard broadhead wrench won't work... so i have a set of rubber pliers that I used to tighten them down, other than that, be careful
Flight: What else can I say.... Fly like a Dart and hit dead on with my field tips out to 100 yards (if I do my part).
Super quiet, not quite as quiet as a Shuttle T but very very quiet in flight.
I was worried about this. I think for the low energy bows this head won't work very well (my opinion). In order to push this head through an animal you really have to have a high KE bow. That being said, they completely destroyed my target! all the way through out to 50 yards and as you can see in the 70 yard picture buried it to the fletching. The target isn't shot out I have only had for a couple weeks and have shot mostly field tips at it. It does eat up your target tho.... so practice at your wallets own risk. Overall very pleased with the penetration.
Accuracy: Very accurate if I made a good shot. At a 100 yards if ya fart wrong you miss by 6". Overall very pleased with the accuracy.
Bowtech CPXL 71 lbs, 30.5" draw, 422 grain arrow, 319 fps.
For what its worth they will be going in my quiver this year. I love that they are made here in my home state, and I can call them in Belgrade and talk to them if need be.
The head did get shot into the dirt (forgot to move my ascent) and it held up well. The pictures of the head are after about 150 shots and 1 in the dirt... Used the same head everytime.
Shot the head from 30 to 100 yards and they flew straight and true.
If you guys have any other questions that I missed let me know~!
After all the Shooting.
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